Graduated Driver's License Law in spotlight after Linwood crash

ASBURY PARK - Democratic Assemblyman John Wisniewski wants to re-examine the state's Graduated Driver's License Law following the crash that killed four Mainland Regional High School football players this weekend.

According to the Motor Vehicle Commission, Casey Brenner was driving with a restricted license that allowed him one passenger unless accompanied by an adult. Investigators say he was carrying seven other teens with him when the Ford Explorer they were in flipped on the Garden State Parkway near exit 38A.

Brenner and three others, Dean Khoury, Edgar Bozzi and Nicholas Conner, were killed in the crash.

AP wires contributed to this report.

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